Human Research Protection
The Program for Research Integrity Development & Education (PRIDE) is responsible for all policy development and guidance, and all training and education in human research protection throughout the VA.
VA HSR&D's cyberseminars provide state-of-the art training and special interest sessions.
Topic areas include: health economics, clinical informatics, databases and methods, implementation, Women's Health,
Evidenced-based Synthesis Program Series, and special topic interests.
Postdoctoral Fellowships in Health Services Research
In collaboration with VHA Office of Academic Affiliations (OAA), HSR&D sponsors post-doctoral and post-residency training programs at OAA-approved training sites for fellowships in health services research and medical informatics. See details.
National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research: Seminars and Conferences
The National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research (NCRAR) presents monthly seminars presented by renowned scientists from around the world. In addition NCRAR hosts an international conference every two years in Portland, Oregon, bringing together clinical researchers and practicing audiologists in an interactive format with the goal of translating research findings into practice. For details, visit the NCAR website.
VA Limb Loss Prevention and Prosthetic Engineering Center: Lectures, Seminars, and Conferences
The VA Limb Loss Prevention and Prosthetic Engineering Center provides lectures, seminars, conferences and other educational activities.
VA Center of Excellence in Functional Electrical Stimulation: Seminars
VA Center of Excellence in Functional Electrical Stimulation provides educational opportunities through its
Non-Profit Research and Education Corporation (NPC) Board Governance Training
VA-Affiliated Non-Profit Research and Education Corporation (NPC) board governance training is available in two formats: